10 Belgrave Square just hit the market for a cool 100 million euros (or $150 million). The mansion is London’s most expensive house and is now tied as the most expensive home on the market in the world; tied with Candy Spelling’s Holmby Hills mega-mansion. If I had this much money, I would definitely buy “The Manor”, becuase it has three times the square footage. The home, which is located on one of London’s most prestigious square, contains 21,000 square feet of living space spread out over 6 floors. The home was regutted by Lebanese developer, Musa Salem. The home has 12 bedrooms, 20 ft. ceilings, an indoor swimming pool in the basement, a gym, a home theater, and much much more. 
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  • Kieran

    Balgravia is nice. The most expensive houses in the world are in London.

    Most of the world Billionaires have homes in london, this is not the case with NY and LA




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  • Chance

    Belgrave Square and Kensington Palace Gardens are where the super rich live. If you had property in Belgrave Square once the economy gets back to a steady footing (2012 lets say) you could sell it for $10,000 a square foot, probably more if you have a large amount of square footage to sell because of how rare it is to find alot of property there.




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  • Alan Fournier

    The manor is garish and over the top. Nor is it in London, the worlds most exciting city. Size isn’t everything. But if you want to play that game go to Wentworth Woodhouse near York. With 350 rooms it is one of the largest and longest palaces in Europe.




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